The question on every woman’s mind getting ready for the day of love, Cupid, and cut-out paper hearts is — what should I wear? Below I styled several options to hopefully bring you (and me) some inspiration based on your plans.
Struck by Cupid – Traditional Valentine’s Day
If Cupid has struck you with his arrow of love and you are looking to feel feminine, flirty and holiday appropriate a pale pink dress and deep red heels are the way to go. Don’t forget the fun gold accents to add a little style and bling.
Casual Valentine’s Day
If you and your loved one are going for a more casual date, or even even if you are staying at home for a romantic meal, you can still look and feel good in jeans. Throw on a light feminine silk top, structured blazer, and don’t forget the pink pumps to stick with the Valentines theme. Below I gave two blazer options in case you aren’t a wear-the-colors-of-the-holiday kinda girl.
Single and Lovin’ It Valentines Day
If you and your sensational girlfriends are heading out to celebrate being single and fabulous then why not add a little bit of fun to your ensemble? A little bit of sparkle and feathers should do the trick. Look fabulous. Feel fabulous.
Transition from Work to Date on Valentines Day
For this last option I started with a basic LBD from H&M (something every girl has, or should have, in their closet) and then added some fun holiday appropriate accessories such as, a multi-layered chunky necklace and a vintage beaded clutch (The tights and fur coat are for all of us still experiencing the harsh winter weather). Whether you wear the accessories all day in the office or stash them in your purse and add them later this outfit is a perfect, classic day-to-night option for the day of love.